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Winning Lottery Tickets In Ontario Were Sold All Over The Province This Week

You might want to check your pockets! Multiple winning lottery tickets in Ontario were sold across the province this week. 

Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) revealed in a press release on Wednesday that several winning prizes have gone unclaimed.

The winning numbers include prizes of up to $1 million. 

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5 The number of winning lottery tickets sold in Ontario this week.

One of the most enticing of the prizes was a million-dollar Maxmillions ticket, which was sold in Kingston.

Meanwhile, two separate $500K winners have gone uncollected in both Vaughn and Ottawa.

However, the winning doesn't stop there. 

Another $1 million prize was sold in Bruce County, followed by a $100K ticket in the Kawartha Lakes area.

If you're from one of these spots, it's time to find those forgotten tickets and see if you're the lucky winner! 

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